Tips from our stylists | winter 2022

We’re starting to reach for warmer and cosier layers, signalling the change of seasons is finally upon us. This winter, cast a reflection on the stillness found in nature and mirror it throughout your home. Our Winter ’22 Collection is inspired by a symbiotic relationship with nature, where organic surfaces meet deep neutral tones to create a warmth that reflects the raw beauty of nature. To help you bring this philosophy into your home we’ve asked our resident stylists for their top 3 winter styling tips for ‘22.

Faux furs and thick textures

Faux furs and thick textures are a must in winter! An enduring trend that is so classic it returns year after year, we love to update the execution each winter season to keep the feeling fresh and on-trend. For Winter ’22 we’re dialling up the comfort with our Pelage, Nevada and Denali ranges. The thick, pronounced textures of the Denali cushions and throws are a unique styling gem that will set your living room apart.

Pillow Talk winter throw

Layer shades of brown

If you have read our blog about this season’s trending colour, you’ll know winter is all about layering shades of brown! Chocolate is a colour synonymous with nostalgia and warmth and is truly having its moment to shine in 2022.

Throughout fashion, monotonal looks are praised for their elegance and ability to elevate any style. Transition this idea to your home by layering tones of brown from beige, caramel and oatmeal to deep chocolates. This trend will then easily step into the warmer months by replacing heavy shades for warm neutrals.

Pillow Talk living room styling winter

Light with lamps and candles

As the days become shorter it’s only natural that we look for ways to add warmth to our homes through lighting. Lower levels of light can evoke a warmer feeling of homely comfort. Turn to lamps and candles for your light source this winter.

Pillow Talk candles for winter interior trends

We’d love to see how you use these tips throughout your own home! Tag us in your pictures on Instagram with @pillowtalkaustralia.